Tag Archives: confirmation bias

The Finance & Tech Week In Review – 4/29/17

Every Saturday the HBCU Money staff picks ten articles they were intrigued by and think you will enjoy for some weekend reading impacting finance and tech.

10 Google Earth videos that show how much the world has changed l WEF wef.ch/2orszM3

These smart debit card practices could help you keep track of your budget. l Practical Money pmsfl.us/2mRcB80

Parents are 2.5x more likely to google “Is my son gifted?” than “Is my daughter gifted?” l World Bank wrld.bg/pfoC30bgbC1

Switzerland is planning to deliver medical supplies by drone l WEF wef.ch/2q1TRs5

Why our brains are now three and a half times bigger than those of our ancestors l WEF wef.ch/2q9zZk1

Fifty years ago, a historic #balloon launch that changed the way we see the #ozone layer l NOAA go.usa.gov/x5NvA

MIT is working on a fully autonomous robo-builder that designs and prints homes l New Atlas newatl.as/2pFu2hE

 What causes micro cracks that eventually fail wind turbine bearings? l Argonne  bit.ly/2oEMc3e

There’s a lot of mysteries, and surprises, on the seafloor l New Atlas goo.gl/FIkqKv

Liberals are no strangers to confirmation bias after all l New Scientist bit.ly/2oGYubu